The next days, the water level in the rivers Rhine, Waal and IJssel, will reach maybe the highest level ever in summer times
Will we keep our feet dry? Rivers are rising fast!
Since May 31th, it’s awfully raining in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. It looks like the monsoons we know from South East Asia.
The next days, the water level in the rivers Rhine, Waal and IJssel, will reach maybe the highest level ever in summer times. A water level of more than 14 meters above sea level is not usual for this time of year. Read More
Unusual warming of waters in the central equatorial Pacific has prompted the US government to declare an El Nino event and predict a better-than-even chance that it will linger through the middle of the year.
The main meteorological agencies have declared 2014 to have been the hottest year globally on record.
The rising ocean temperature are reason to believe that the El Nino-like conditions may result in 2015 setting new highs.
This year was beginning to resemble 1988, a warm year that followed a big El Nino event.
And so 2015 could be another warmest year! Read More
When we get large storms that coincide with high tides, that’s when there’s the potential for the most damage.
Sea-level rise is a dynamic phenomenon. Historical experience indicates that sea level rise occurs in spurts. In the next several decades, California’s greatest coastal impacts are likely to be caused when an El Niño event, large storms, and high tides coming together. Read More